March Reading Plans

For the month of March I am doing something that I have not done in awhile, and that is to set a TBR (to be read). I have always been someone who prides themselves on being a mood reader, but lately that just hasn’t been working out best for me. I’ve only finished 4 books in 2020, and that is the lowest amount I have read in a two month period. Although I have started ten to fifteen books, I am struggling to decide which ones to stick with. With this blog post I am hoping you guys will help keep me accountable and on track for the things that I want to be reading. As always, you can click on the book title to be taken to the Goodreads page to learn more!

House of Earth and Blood by: Sarah J. Maas
The first must-read for this month is House of Earth and Blood by: Sarah J Maas. I have been anticipating this read since it was first announced. I am a HUGE fan of the A Court of Thorns and Roses series my Maas, and so an adult fantasy release was a must buy for me. I hope to start this the minute that my preorder comes in on release day! (March 3rd, 2020)

Malice by: John Gwynne
As of February 28th, I am just over 100 pages into Malice by: John Gwynne. I recently won this novel through a giveaway hosted by my friend Cassidee over at @omnilegent_antr on Instagram. (You can also follow her blog here.) This is a book that has been on my radar for a long time, I just never made it a priority. I read the prologue when it arrived and couldn’t stop reading. I am hoping to finish it up in the month of March.

The Girl and the Stars by: Mark Lawrence
The lovely people over at ACE Books sent over an advanced reader copy of The Girl and the Stars by: Mark Lawrence. I really enjoyed his Book of the Ancestor series and am looking forward to this read. It is set to release on April 30th, 2020.

A Chorus of Fire by: Brian D. Anderson
I know, I know. This story is not set to release until August 4th, 2020, however when I was approved for an Advanced Reader Copy on Netgalley I knew that I needed to pick it up immediately. I really enjoyed the first book in this series and cannot wait to see what happens next.
**You can find my review of book one, The Bard’s Blade here.

Little Women by: Louisa May Alcott
I am new to the world of audiobooks, but I am prepared for 2020 to be my year of audiobooks. I recently subscribed to Audible Escapes and when I saw that they had Little Women narrated by Laura Dern, I had to add it to my library. I am not usually a fan of classics, but when I saw BooksandLala and gabbyreads reading vlogs I knew I had to read it. I am SUPER excited for this one.

Beartown by:Fredrik Backman
This one is still up in the air. I recently put a hold on the Audiobook for Beartown. I have the physical copy and read the first few pages and I really enjoyed it. This one is my last priority, however I would love to get to it before hockey season is over

That is all of the things that I hope to read in March. I am being a bit ambitious for this month, but I know it can still be realistically completed. Let me know in the comments below what you are planning on reading in March.

**All advanced reader copies mentioned I received from their authors/publishers in exchange for an honest review. That in no way affects my thoughts and feelings on those novels.

6 thoughts on “March Reading Plans

    • Morgan says:

      I am so excited to read Little Women. I have only heard good things! I definitely want to read it before I see the new adaptation.

      We will see how this TBR works out, I am excited to give it a try! I am sure that I will pick up a few things not on my list, but I am going to TRY to stick to it.

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